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    CC holster for Thunder .380

    I need an inside the waistband holster for my Thunder .380. I was looking at the suede one from Bersa. Is it any good, or are there ones people who CC Thunder .380's recommend?

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    Their fine If you want a cutom holster then you need to go to http://ubgholsters.com Nate make excellent holsters but $$$$

    I would just not waste money on the cheap nylon type holsters . Most gunshop & gunshows sell Their not worth bring home.
    "Hokey religions and plastic glocks are no match for a good BERSA at your side, kid."

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    Already learned that lesson. I have one for my revolver (never carried) and my LCP. The LCP is supposedly a CC holster, but its HUGE! Twice the size of the gun. Don't see the need in a clip holder on it, I can slip a spare in my pocket.

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    I have one from N82 Tactical and haven't had any issues with it. Check out what they make at:

    http://n82tactical.com/n82store/

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    Check out www.TheHolsterStore.com or give them a call at 1-866-998-7254, they are located in St. Cloud, Florida and the holsters they make are real leather and aren't too expensive. I recently bought one from their store on e-bay, they make them specifically to fit your gun by name and model and it was shipped very quickly and the shipping was free.

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    I've used the swede one from bersa now for about 10 years at the 2 o'clock position and it's been fine. It just getting a bit worn at this point. I've ordered a new holster from Crossbreed an appendix carry model that I'm anxious to try. I looked at the UGB holsters but they were so pretty i hated to hide it IWB. If I ever need an OWB holster I'm going to UGB.

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    what about the hide it holster. I tried drawing with the thunder and the beavertail kept getting stuck

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    I'm not familiar with that one, but I believe the simpler the better. A lot of the 'deep concealment' type things just make it more difficult to draw. Hot weather, I wear OWB with an open untucked shirt for cover & a colored T-shirt as an undershirt.

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